Discussion in 'The Guru's Pub' started by vbetts, Mar 9, 2017.
Nvm. I was wrong:banana:
50% of nothing is still nothing
Was just looking up common law marriage in the UK and found this about the US
Contrary to popular belief, there is no such thing as common law marriage in most of the United States. And, while common law marriages are recognized in 15 states and the District of Columbia, it takes something a lot more deliberate than simply shacking up together to achieve such a result.
And for the UK
The term "common law marriage" has been used in England and Wales to refer to unmarried, cohabiting heterosexual relationships. However, this is merely a social usage. The term does not confer on cohabiting parties any of the rights or obligations enjoyed by spouses or civil partners.
You think that's bad, try going to civil court about children.
Another thing I never want
Gf and dogs, that'll do me fine
At least you are both being civil about it. Get it resolved, move on and enjoy life.